It’s common to overlook some of the easy-to-have adventures that are readily available to us. Over the next few weeks, I’m going to highlight a few of them. Some will require a little bit of money, though most are free.
- Explore Your Library
- Check Out University Campus
- Discover Downtown
- Search Out Local Art Galleries
- Have a Picnic in the Park
- Go Disc Golfing
- Take a Hike
- See What Your Nearby National Forest/State Park Offers
- Go Camping
Starting Monday, I will expand on each of these cheap adventures in a separate post. You might want to bookmark this post, as I will link to each post from this one.
14 thoughts on “10 Cheap Adventures That Anyone Can Have”
As the economy has become more challenging it can become more difficult for people to get out and have fun but I feel that it’s even more important than ever to take a break from our busy lives and have a good adventure. Thanks for the tips.
I certainly agree about the importance of seeking adventure when and where we can. Especially, now, with a not-so-great economy. It’s easy to become spoiled with more extravagant adventures and overlook the local things that are just as exciting and interesting.
I love your ideas. Great stuff.
Finding adventure is often as easy as just turning off the TV or the computer.
You’re exactly right! It’s so easy to live vicariously through the TV or computer, but then you’re not really doing anything. Even if you can’t make it to some far-off place or go on some grand expedition, there are always local adventures available that are just as exciting… and far cheaper!